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BARTON COLLEGE 
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EDITOR 
RANDOLPH ALLEN 

BUSINESS MANASER 

NELSON STEPHENSON 

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ART EDITOR 

RANDOLPH CHANDLER 



The Pine Knot 

of 1937 







A YEARBOOK 

PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENT BODY 
OF 

ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN COLLEGE 

WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



FOREWORD 

• 

In presenting this volume to the Students of 
Atlantic Christian College it has been the pur- 
pose of the Editorial Staff to depict vividly stu- 
dent life at the college and to recreate for you 
incidents and associations which have made this 
school year a happy one. If in the future this 
printed and pictorial record may help recall ten- 
der memories of almost forgotten college davs, 
our efforts will not have been in vain 

The Editor and Business Manager take this 
opportunity of thanking all those students who 
made it possible for them to produce the 1937 
Pine Knot. We are grateful for the considera- 
tion and cooperation you have given us and sin- 
cerely hope that you will consider your confidence 
justified 



DEDICATION 




As a token of our highest esteem and gratitude for their years of 
service, for the understanding and guidance that they have given the 
students at all times, and for the spirit that they have shown in help- 
ing to mold our Alma Mater into what it is today, we respectfully 
dedicate the 1937 Pine Knot to the 



Misses Frances and Myrtle Harper 



CONTENTS 

THE COLLEGE 

CLASSES 

ORGANIZATIONS 

ATHLETICS 

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Faculty of 1936-37 



Howard S. Hilley 

President of College and Professor 

of Ancient Languages 

J. M. Waters 

Professor of Bible 

C. H. Hamlin 
Professor of Social Science 

Frances F. Harper 
Professor of Mathematics 

Myrtle L. Harprr 

Librarian 

Perry Case 

Registrar and Professor of 

Philosophy 

John Winston Fontaine 
Professor of Music 

Charlotte Hill 

Instructor in Science and Director of 

Physical Education for Girls 

A. D. Rose 
Athletic Director 

Eloise Bryant 
Resident Nurse 

Mildred Ross 
Office Secretary 



Eva Perkins 
Alumni Secretary 

Agnes Peele 

Instructor in Commercial 

Department 

Martha Edmonston 
Professor of Modern Languages 

Gladys Charles 
Dietitian 

Filo A. Hodges 
Professor of Science 

Sadie Jenkins 
Professor of English 

Eleanor G. Snyder 
Instructor in English 

Elizabeth E. Yavorski 

Instructor in Music and 

Assistant Dean of Women 

Margaret Bryan Mercer 
Instructor in Modern Languages 

C. A. Jarman 

Dean of Men and Instructor in 

Religious Education 

Frederick F. Grim 
Professor of Education 



Ethel L. Lehman 

Dean of Women and Instructor 

in English 




Supervisors 



C. C. Walters Jamesville, N. C. 

Supervisor of Grounds 

Holland Manning Dunn, N. C. 

Supervisor of Buildings 

Miss Sarah Bain Ward Kinston, "N. C. 

Supervisor of Girl's Building and Offices 

Miss Elsie Haddock Farmville, N. C. 

Supervisor of Dining Hall 



Miss Matilda Bowden 

Supervisor of Dining Hall 



New Bern, N. C. 




Officers of the Senior Class 



Lou Ellen Perry President 



Nina Mallison Vice-President 



Mildred Powell Secretary 



Hazel Riley Treasure 



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Milton Adams 
newton grove. n. c. 

May King, '37; Pres. Cooperative 
Association, '36-'37; Student Council, 
'34-'3S; Treas. So])h. Class, '34-'35; 
Student Representative on Religious 
Education Committee, '34-'35; Y. M. 
C. A. ; Hesperian Literary Society. 



Randolph Allen 
oriental, n. c, 

Sigma Alpha Fraternity: Aiethinn 
Literary Society; Dramatic Club; 
Pres. Freshman Class; Basketball '33- 
'34; Sports Editor of the Collegiate, 
'33-'34; Managing Editor of the Col- 
legiate and the Pine Knot; Assistant 
Mgr. Basketball, '35-'3fi; Inter-Col- 
legiate Debater, '35'36; Pres. of 
Sigma Alpha Fraternity, '36-'37; 
Mgr. of Basketball, 'S6'37; Editor- 
in-Chief of the Collegiate and the Pine 
Knot, '36'37. 



Dorothy Aycock 

PIKEVILLE, N. C. 

Hesperian Literary Society; Y. \Y. 
C. A.; Alpha Delta Chi: Secretary 
Alpha Delta Chi, : 36-'37; Dramatic 
Club, '34- '3.5; Education Club. 



Elaine Ballard 
SPRAY, N. C. 

Delta Sigma Sororitv. ! 3(i- ! 37; 
Girl's Athletic Club. '35-'37; Girl's 
Athletic Cabinet, '35-'37; Secretary- 
Treasurer G. A. C. ; Hesperian Liter- 
ary Society; Secretary Hesperian Lit- 
erary Society; House Pres. of Junior 
Hall, '30 '37: Woman's Dormitory 
Council, '3fi-'37: Y. W. 0. A. Cabi- 
net, '3C-'37. 



Bektie Mae Bass 
black creek, n. c. 

Y. W. C. A.: Aletbian Literary So- 
ciety; Education Club; Dramatic 
Club; Town Girl's Club, '35-'37. 



Richard Bahnhill 

stokes, n. c. 

Pres. Phi Kappa Alpha Fraternity ; 
Viee-Pres. Phi Kappa Alpha Frater- 
nity, '3(j; Hesperian Literary Society; 
Baseball Team, '35; Vice-Pres. of Co- 
operative Association, '36-'37; Assis- 
tant Business Mgr. of Collegiate '34- 
"37. 



1937: 



PINEd 




KNOT 




Della Bowes 

PLYMOUTH, N. C. 

Alethian Literary Society; Town 
Girl's Club; Vice-Pres. of Town Girl's 
Club, '35-'36; Y. W. C. A.; Girl's 
Athletic Club; Dramatic Club; Edu- 
cation Club; Dramatic Club. 



Daisy Gay Bkowxe 
WILSON, N. C. 
Alethian Literary Society. 



Elizabeth Buck 

elm city, n. c. 

Transfer Campbell College; Hes- 
perian Literary Society, '36-'37; 
Town Girl's Club; Education Club. 



Ethel Bkufey 
WILSON, N. C. 



Thlhka Richards Coyle 
wilson, n. c. 

Pres. Sigma Tau Chi Sorority, '36; 
Vice-Pres. Sigma Tau Chi Sororitv, 
'35; Pres. Town Girl's Club, '36; 
Hesperian Literary Society; Y. W. C. 
A.: Society Editor Collegiate '36-'37. 



Randolph Chandleh 

robersonville. n. c. 

Treas. Phi Kappa Alpha Fratcrnit", 
'35-'36, '36-'37; Collegiate Staff, 
'34-'35; Staff Editor, '36-'37; Treas. 
Student Association, '36: Vice-Pres. 
■lunior Class, '36; Boy's Dormitory 
Council, '36; Dramatic Club '34-'37; 
Art Editor Pine Knot '36-'37; Vice- 
Pres. Alethian Literary Society '36- 



1937: 



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PINE? '1BTC KNOT 





Hexry Davis 

KIXSTOX, X. C. 

Hesperian Literary Society : Y. M. 
C. A.; Dramatic Club. '34'35: Senior 
Representative Men's Dormitory Coun- 
cil, '36-'37: Fellowship Club, "3K-'34; 
Education Club. 



A. C. Dayvsox, Jr. 

ZEBULOX, X. C. 



Society. Pres. 
Basketball. '34; 
Basketball. '34- 
Baseball. '36; 



Hesperian Literary 
Junior Class. '35-'36 
Junior Class. '35-'36 
'35-'36-"37; Captain 
Captain Tennis and Basketball. 
Pres. A. Club. '37; Sigma Alpha Fra- 
ternity. Vice-Pres.. '36-'37; Tennis 
Cup, '34-'35-'36; All Round Athlete 
Cup. '36. 



Clyde Deans 
vvilsox. x. c. 

Alethian Literary Societx ; Y. W. C. 
A.. Vice-Pres.. '34'3 5: Girl's Ath- 
letic Association Cabinet. *34-'35. 
'35-'3B, '36'37; Table Tennis and 
Badminton Medal Winners, '36-'37; 
Town Representative at Large Wo- 
men's Student Government Council, 
'35-'36: Charter Member Alpha Delta 
Chi, Pres., '36'37. 



Marjorie Dew 

WILSON, X. C. 

House Pres. of Girl's Dormitory, 
'36-'37; Dramatic Club, '35-'36; Cor- 
respondence Secretary of Dramatic 
Club, '36-'37; Education Club, 'SB- 
'S?; Woman's Athletic Association 
Cabinet, '36-'37; Alethian Literary 
Society; Captain Alethian Soccer 
Team. 



NORMAX ETHERIDGE 

WILSOX, X. C. 

Sigma Alpha Fraternity; Alethian 
Literary Society; Y. M. C. A.; Calvin 
H. Wiley Education Club: Treasurer 
Junior Class, '35-'36; Chairman Jun- 
ior-Senior Banquet, '36; Chairman 
Program Committee Education Club 
'35-'36. 



Ruth Evans 
f'remoxt, x. c. 

Y. W. C. A. : Hesperian Literary 
Society; Calvin H, Wiley Education 
Club; 'Town Girl's Club, ''34-'35. 



1937: 



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KNOT 




Edward N. Farnell 
JACKSONVILLE, N. C. 

Transfer Campbell College; Member 
Y. M. C. A.; Member Education Club. 



Marjorie Freeman 
kinston, n. c. 

Hesperian Literary Society, '33-'37; 
Sigma Tau Chi Sorority, '35-'37; 
Girl's Athletic Club, '34-'35; Dram- 
atic Club, '36-'37; Vice-Pres. Sigma 
Tau Chi Sorority, '37; T. W. C. A. 



Hazel Louise Gunter 

COATS, N. C. 

Transfer Campbell College; Epsilon 
Phi Eta Honor Society, '35; Vice-.. 
Pres. Hesperian Literary Society, '35- 
'36; Secretary Dramatic Club, '35- 
'36; Gr. A. C. Reporter, '35'36; Mem- 
ber Glee Club, '35-'37; W. A. A. 
Cabinet Member, '35-'36; Delta Sigma 
Sorority, '36-'37. 



Wm. Hassell Gurganus 

STOKES, N. C. 

Alethian Literary Society ; Treas- 
urer Dramatic. Club ; Baud ; Pres. 
Dramatic Club, '34-'35; Member Phi 
Kappa Alpha Fraternity, '34-'37; 
Boy's Dormitory Council, '35-'36; 
Circulation Mgr. of Collegiate, '34- 
'35; Sgt,-at-Arms of Phi Kappa Alpha 
Fraternity, '36. 



Mae Mercer Harrell 
pinetops, n. c. 

Vice-Pres. Hesperian Literary So- 
ciety, '34; Sec. Hesperian Literary 
Society, '36; Treas. Woman's Student 
Asso., '35-'36; Vice-Pres. of Y. W. C. 
A., '35-'36; Sec. of Phi Sigma Tau 
Sorority, '35; Treas. of Phi Sigma 
Tau Sorority, '36; Supervisor of Of- 
fice "Work, '35-'36; Pres. of Woman's 
Student. Asso., '36-'37; Pres. of Phi 
Sigma Tau Sorority, '37. 



Edith Hart 

grifton, n. c. 

Hesperian Literary Society ; Y. W. 
C. A.; Girl's Athletic Asso.,' '33-'34; 
Sec. Junior Class, '35-'36; Delta 
Sigma Sorority, '35-'37; Glee Club, 
'35-'37. 



1937: 



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KNOT 




Marvin Jackson 
elm city, n. c. 

Sec. and Treas. of Y. M. C. A., '34- 
'35; Sec. and Treas. of Ministerial 
Club, '34-'35; Chairman of Sports, Y. 
M, C. A., '35-'36; Captain of Alethian 
Track Team, '34-'35; Pres. of Y. M. 
C. A.; Treas. of Alethian Literary So- 
ciety; Senior Class Marshall, '36-'37; 
Pres. of Pipe Club, '30-'37; Member 
of Religious Education Committee '36- 



Hazel Jarrell 
grifton, n. c. 

Transfer E. C. T. C. : Alethian Lit- 
erary Society. 



Nina Mallison 
oriental, n. c. 

Sports Leader for Basketball, '34- 
'35; Chairman of May Day Dances, 
'35; Glee Club, '34- ! 37 : Vice-Pres. 
A. C. ; Vice-Pres. Bide-A-Wee Club, 
'35-'36; Sec. Y. W. C. A.; Junior 
Rep. for Woman's Dormitory Council, 
'35-'36; Vice-Pres. W. A. A.; Vice- 
Pres. Senior Class; Sec. Hesperian 
Literary Society, '36-'37; Pres. Delta 
Sigma Sorority, '3G-'37. 



Holland Manning 

DUNN, N. C. 

Band, '35-'37; Y. M. C. A.; Hes- 
perian Literary Society; Building Sup- 
ervisor, '36-'37. 



Mary Mayo 

alliance, n. c. 

Alethian Literary Society; Sigma 
Tau Chi Sorority; Dramatic Club, '36- 
'37; Y. W. C. A., '33-'37; VJce-Pres. 
of Sigma Tau Chi Sorority; Assistant 
Sec. Cooperative Asso., '36-'37. 



Mary Ethel Outlaw 
ELLENTON, S. c 

Alethian Literary Society; Y. W. C. 

A.; Sec. Sophomore Class, '34-'35; 

Glee Club; Transfer to State Teacher's 

College, Harrisonburg, Va., '35-'36; 
Sec. Delta Sigma Sorority, '36-'37; 

Business Staff of Collegiate; Dramatic 
Club; G. A. C. 



1937: 



PIMIb 







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Lou Ellen Perry 
ROBERSONVILLE, N. C. 

Sec. Hesperian Literary Society, 
'34; Supervisor of Dining Hall, '34- 
'35; Vice-Pres. Woman's Dormitory 
Council, '35; Assistant Sec. of Student 
Asso., '35; Student-Faculty Policies 
Coram., '35; Mav Dav Courtier, '35; 
Treas. of Y. W, 0. A., '36; Pres. of 
Senior Class, '36; Entertainment Con- 
cert Comm., '36; Religious Education 
Coram., '36; Phi Sigma Tau Sorority, 
'34-'36; Vice-Pres. Phi Sigma Tau 
'36. 



Mildred Elizabeth Powell 
GOLDSBORO, N. C. 

Hesperian Literary Society, '33- 
'36; Y. W. C. A.;' Girl's Athletic 
Cluh, '33-'36; Archery Sports Leader, 
'36-'37; Cabinet Member of W. A. 
A., '36-'37; Sec. of Senior Class, '36- 
'37; Dramatic Club, '34-'35'36-'37. 



Sylvia Pruitt 
FRANKLINTON, N. C. 

Hesperian Literary Society; House 
Pres., '36-'37; Transfer Pineland Col- 
lege; Tau Phi Nu Sorority; Student 
Council, '34-'35. 



Annie Morris Parker 
WILSON, N. C. 

Phi Sigma Tau Sorority; Alethian 
Literary Society; Town Girl's Club. 



Earl Rhodes 
ocracoke, n. c. 

Reporter for Alethian Literary So- 
ciety. '34-'35; Dramatic Club,' '34- 
'36; Y. M. C. A.; Vice-Pres. of Ale- 
thian Literary Society, '36-'37; Treas. 
of Dramatic Club, '36-'37; Junior 
Class Marshall, '35-'36. 



Hazel Riley 

DUNN, N. C. 

Alethian Literary Society, '33-'36' 
Y. W. C. A., '33- '36; Delta Sigma 
Sorority, '36-'37; Girl's Athletic 
Asso., '33-'3S; Vice-Pres. Delta Sigma 
Sorority. '37: Reporter for Girl's Ath- 
letic Asso., '33-'34; Treas. of Senior 
Class, '36-'37; May Day Courtier, 
'37; Glee Club, '35-'37;' Collegiate 
Typist. 



1937: 



PINEb 




KNOT 




Russell Roebuck 
"williamston, n. c. 

Band, '34-'35; Treas. Freshman 
Class, '33-'34; Vice-Pres. Sophomore 
Class, '34-'35; Member Committee 
Student. Entertainment, '34-'35; Phi 
Kappa Alpha Fraternity; Sec. Phi 
Kappa Alpha Fraternity, '35-'36; 
Vice-Pres. Phi Kappa Alpha Frater- 
nity, '36; Pres. Phi Kappa Alpha Fra- 
ternity, '37; "A" Club; Mgr. Tennis 
Team, '35-'36; Pianist Alethian Lit- 
erary Society, '34-'35; Critic Alethian 
Literary Society, '37; Glee Club, '33- 
'36; Accompanist Glee Club, '36-'37; 
Senior Rep. Boy's Dormitory Council. 



Louise Rowe 
wilson, n. c. 



Joe Spence 
kinston, n. c. 

Alethian Literary Society; Y. M. C. 
A.; Dramatic Club, '35'37; May Day 
Courtier, *36; Education Club. 



Sue R. Stallings 

STANTONSBURG, N. C. 

Y. W. C. A.; G. A. C, '33-'35; 
Pres. Town Girl's Club, '34-'35; 
Senior Town Rep. on Woman's Dormi- 
tory Council ; Alethian Literary So- 
ciety. 



Elaine Strickland 
wilson, n. c. 

Y. W. C. A.; Alethian Literary So- 
ciety; Sec. Alethian Literary Society; 
Girl's Athletic Club; Treas. Sigma 
Tail Chi Sorority; Sec. Sigma Tau 
Chi Sorority; Vice-Pres. Sigma Tau 
Chi Sorority ; Dramatic Club ; Verse 
Speaking Club; Town Girl's Club; 
Pres. Sigma Tau Chi Sorority, '37; 
Band. 



Nelson Stephenson 
clayton, n. c. 

Transfer Textile Institute, '35; 
Hesperian Literary Society; Hesperian 
Debater, '35-'36; Dramatic Club, '35- 
'36; Vice-Pres. Dramatic Club, '36- 
'37; Basketball, '35-'37; Business 
Mgr. of "The Collegiate and "Tne 
Pine Knot". '36-'37; Staff Editor 
Collegiate, '35; Treas. "A" Club '35; 
Sigma Alpha Fraternity, '35-'S7. 



1937: 



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Lillian Matilda Tomlinson 
WILSON, N. C. 

Adelphian Society; Sec. Y. W. A., 
•33-'34; Adelphian Basketball Team. 
'33-'34; Transfer, '34; Alethian Lit- 
erary Society. 



Virginia Turner 
WILSON, n. c. 



C. C. Walters 

JAMESVILLE, N. C. 

Alethian Literary Society; Y. M. C. 
A. Cabinet, '35-'3G; Basketball; Vice 
Pres. "A" Club, '36-'37; Boy's Dor- 
mitory Council. '35-'36; Supervisor 
of Grounds, '36-'37; Who's Who 
anions students in American Univer- 
sities and Colleges, '36-'37. 



Raymond Wells 
elm city, n. c. 

Hesperian Literary Society ; T. 1 
C. A.; Hesperian Track Captain, '3.' 
'36; Pipe Club, Vice-Pres., '36-'37. 



Effie Walston 
macclesfield, n. c. 



Ralph Whitfield 
lucama, n. c. 



Band, '35-'37; Hesperian Literary Sigma Alpha Fraternity; Pipe Club; 

Society, '34-'37; Sigma Tan Chi Circulation Mgr. of Collegiate, '36-'37 
Sorority; Y. W. C. A. 



1937: 



PIME9 





Margaret L. Works 
ROCKY MOUNT, N. C. 



Adelphian, Transfer 



Town Girl' 
Hesperian; W 



Club; 

A. A. 



W. C. U. N. C; 
Dramatic Club; 
Y. \V. C. A. 



Marietta Whitley 
WENDELL, N. C. 

Pres. of Phi Sigma Tau Sorority, 
'36; Treas. of Phi Sigma Tau Sorority, 
'36; Vice-Pres. of Phi Sigma Tau 
Sorority, '35; See. of Alethian Liter- 
ary Society, '36; Critic of Alethian 
Literary Society, '35; Sec. of Women's 
Dormitory Council, '36-'37; Chairman 
of May 'Day Festivities, '37; Girl's 
Athletic Club, '33-'35; Dramatic Club, 
'36-'37; Y. W. C. A., '33-'37. 



(NOT IN PICTURE) 



Ollie Wray 

spray, n. c. 

Hesperian Literary Society; Wo- 
man's Dormitory Council, '33-'35; 
Sec. Y. W. C. A., '34'35; Denny 
Essay Cup, .'35; Dramatic Club, '36- 



1937: 




Officers of the Junior Class 



Marsh Knott President 



Helen Williams Vice-President 



May Maine Secretary 



Hugh Cherry Treasurer 



PINE? 




KMOT 




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Edna Mae Bamhill 




Dare Barnliill 


Matilda Baxter Bowden 


Martha Brinson 


Stokes 




Stokes 


New Bern 


New Bern 


Millard P. Burt 




Rebecca Carter 


Hugh Blair Cherry 


Onnie Robert Cockrell. Jr 


Raleigh 




Elm City 


Rocky Mount 


Wilson 


Emily Rosamond Conley 


B 


nice Norman Conyers 


Dorothy Greene Creech 


Virginia Annington Crist 


Wilson 




Wilson 


Wilson 


Wilson 



1937: 



PIMEd 




KNOT 




{Catherine Mae Daniel 
Wilson 



Gretchen L. Davis 
Stantonsburg 



Brantley Mann Dewar 
Fuquay Springs 



Irma Belle Ward 
Kiuston 



Eva Elizabeth Fulghum 
Wilson 



Vivian Griffin 
Wilson 



Charlotte Frances Guthrie 
Moreliead City 



Elsie Louise Haddo 
Richlands 



Lydia Kilpatrick 
Grift on 



Marsh Knott 
Wendell 



Mary Adele Maine 
New Bern 



A. J. Moye 
F'armville 



1937: 



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EMOT 




Edith Cavelle O'Neal- 


Margaret Katherine Outlaw 


William Henry Pearce 


Alice Maude Snipes 


Middlesex 


Dover 


Seluia 


Rocky Mount 


Edwin Higgs Taylor 


Armour Woodrow Taylor 


Delsie Irene Turner 


Sarah Bain Ward 


Bainbridge, Ga. 


Grifton 


Kinston 


Kinston 




Charles Edwin Wiley 


Helen Williams 




lior 


Owen ton, Ky. 


Wilson 





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Officers of the Sophomore Class 



Robert Carr President 



Bill Hudson Vice-President 



Ewart Langston Secie tar 



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Martha Spicer Treasure) 



Madeline Brooks ... Secretary Second Semester 
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KNOT 




Sophomore Class 



Beulali Pearl Ay cock 


Sam Bass 


Minnie Lee Barker 


V 


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ginia Deans Barkley 


Ru 


by Bernice Barnes 


Lucaraa 


Black Creek 


Wilson 






Wilson 




Fremont 


Basil Bowden 


Cleveland Bra'dner 


Madeline Brooks 






Lloyd Bryan 




Robert Carr 


Dudley 


Charleston, S. C. 


Wilson 






Wilson 




Clinton 


Frank Cherry 


Mary Wilerson Cox 


Mary Francis Cockrell 






Archie Daniel 




Lewis Everette 


Rocky Mount 


Wilson 


Wilson 






Black Creek 




Pinetown 


Leland Borden Farnell 


Myra Beth Fitzgerald 


Olivia Caroline Fulghum 




Agnes Peebles Futrell 


He: 


ten Gould Godwin 


Jacksonville 


Selma 


Wilson 






Wilson 




Kenly 



1937: 



PINE? 




KNOT 




Frances Gurganus Griffith Askew Ha nil in 

Stokes Wilson 



James Edward Hudson Win. Copeland Hudson 
Rut'fin Wilson 



Robert Thomas Johnson Jeanne Kiser 

Wilson Greensboro 



Lula Hardy 


Royce P. Hill 


Tl 


Lurnian K. Holmes 


La Grange 


Snow Hill 




Seven Springs 


Cleo Boris James 


Mable Ruth Johnson 




J. Carl Jones 


Robersonville 


Kins ton 




Kinston 


Burlon Lamm 


Gus Z. Lancaster, Jr. 


Ew 


art Loyce Langstoi 


Wilson 


Rocky Mount 




Four Oaks 



Cyrus Field Lee Irving Lynch William Harold Moye Louretha Dona McCullen Annie Lorraine McDaniel 

Reelsboro Wendell Farmville Dunn Grlfton 



1937: 



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KNOT 




Mar tli a Olivia Nelson Wilbur Gerald Outlaw Kathleen Sonora Keel Howard Oleo Roberson Leon Edgar Roebuck, Jr. 

Vanceboro Ellen ton, S. 0. New Bern Tarboro Washington 

James E. Rogers Virginia Elizabeth Rose Lula Hackney Rui'fin Norwood Edward Scott Susan Shelton 

Rose Hill Wilson Wilson Rose Hill Maecesfield 



Martha Gwynn Spieer Woodrow Bullock Sug 
Oriental Pinetops 



Allene Tart 

Dunn 



William Moses Tyson Martha Jewell Warren 
Wilson Clinton 



Melvin John Whitt'ord 
Grantsboro 



Ray Whitley 
Wendell 



Leland Ivan Willis Wm, Kittrell Wins te ad 

Arapahoe Wilson 



1937: 




Officers of the Freshman Class 



Robert J arm an President 



Selma Arner Vice-President 



MOZELLE Ricks Secretary 



Drue Willie Martin Treasure 



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Fresh 



resnmen 



Christie G. Adams Eugene B. Ange 

Newton Grove Jamesville 

Hattie Belle Baker Edith Barnes 

Nashville Elm City 

Walter L. Bradner H. W. Broughton 

Charleston, S. C. Garner 

Wade H. Everette C. F. Eagles. Jr. 

Pine town Pine tops 

Oliver W. Hardison Frances L. Harris 

Jamesville Alliance 



•T. Shelton Ange 
Plymouth 

Mattie V. Batten 
Clayton 

Mabel L. Barbee 
Wilson 



Selma Elsie Arner Edward 0. Ausley 
Wilson Micro 



Cora Lee Ay cock 
Fremont 



Mary G. Blanchard Rachel F. Brantley Wilda A. Britt 



Warsaw 

Elijah Cannon 
Ernul 



M. W. Edmundson Charlotte Fie 



Cora E. Harper 
Vanceboro 



Fannie S. Hollida 
Wilson 



Bailey 

Josephine Conlev 
Wilson 

Burn ice C. Farmer 
Bailey 

Florence Hollida v 
Wilson 



Snow Hill 



Mary Ella Clark 
Wilson 



B. B. Plyler. Jr. 
Wilson 



Kathleen Hart 
Grift on 



James F. Butts 
Chinquapin 

Clara Leigh Bryan 
Newton Grove 

■Tessie Wilson Daniel 
Wilson 

Belle Hurst Farnell 
Jacksonville 

Rachel C. Holland 
Hobgood 



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Rosa G-. Hamilton Bessie G. Hearne Joe Daniel Hood Mary E. Hilley Grace L. Hudson Robert E. Jnnnan C. E. Johnson 

Pant ego Wilson Goldsboro Wilson Roanoke Rapids Kinston F'remont 

C. B. Johnson, Jr. Hernie K. James Henry H. Kelly N. G. Louka Daisy G. Lockliear Champ Lucas Myrtle Lee Lucas 

Rocky Mount Wallace Pfaffton Wilson St. Stephen, S. C. Lucama Lucama 



Hubert Alton Lang Grant Lee, Jr. 
Cairo, Ga. Oriental 



Drue Willie Martin Mary M. Matthews E. McD. Mottern Lillian Mi-Daniel Elizabeth Overman 
Mt. Olive Bayboro Asbeville Kinston Wilson 



Rebecca Lee Pearce Mildred K. Peele Eleanor L. Pittinan Gladys Ray Piland Sarah Jane Rouse Agnes Raybourne Mozelle Ricks 

Wilson Wilson Macclesfield Oriental Kinston St. Stephens, S. C. Goldsboro 

Manning Rogers Patricia Stephens Henry A. Sullivan Milford J. Sasser James W. Sul er E. C. Stallings Annie M. Saunders 

Wilson Hertford Wilson Fremont Selma Wilson Belhaven 



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ner R. L. Spencer, Jr. Sally Mae Tucker Doris P. Turner Evelyn Dare Tingle J. E. Vause, Jr. John Alton Warren 

Hobucken Wilson Wilson Arapahoe Lealesville Newton Grove 



Rebecca S. \V 
Goldsboro 



hitley M. H. Wihdley 
Pinetown 



R. E. "Windham 
Farmville 



Joe Britt "Warren Julia K. Willis 
Newton Grove Arapahoe 



Ollie Mae Wester Robbie V. Weeks 
Nashville Wilson 



M. Westbrook 
Newton Grove 



J. E. Yavorski 
Elraira, N. T. 



Jane Yelverton 
Wilson 



Mary Q. Yates 
Rocky Mount 



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Martha Brinson President 

Ruby Barnes Vice-President 

Edna Barn hill Vice-Presiden t 

WooDROW Suggs Vice-President 

Nina Mallison Secretary 

Delsie Turner Treasurer 

Woodrow Taylor Critic 



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Alethian Literary Society 

• 

Officers 

Onnie Cockrell President 

Jean Kiser Vice-President 

Randolph Chandler Vice-President 

Earl Rhodes Vice-President 

Madeline Brooks Secretary 

Marvin Jackson Treasurer 

Russell Roebuck Critic 



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Officers 

Sarah Bain Ward President 

Martha Brinson Vice-President 

Lou Ellen Perry Treasurer 

Mary Cox Secretary 

Other Members who serve with Officers Cabinet: 
Elaine Ballard May Maine Tillie Bowden 

Faculty Adviser: 
Miss Fannie Harper 



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Y. M. C. A. 

• 

Officers and Cabinet 

Marvin Jackson President 

Cleveland Bradner Vice-President 

Hugh Kelly Secretary and Treasurer 

C. A. Jarman Faculty Adviser 

Gus Lancaster Elmer Mottern Leon Roebuck 

Eugene Ogrodowski Earl Rhodes Griffith Hamlin 



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Ministerial Club 

• 

Officers for First Semester 

Brantly Dewar .'. Preside nt 

Eugene Ogrodowski Vice-President 

Daisy Lockliear Secretary and Treasurer 

Officers for Second Semester 

Cleveland Bradner President 

Kermit Wheeler Vice-President 

Daisy Lockliear Secretary and Treasurer 

Members in Picture 
Wade Everette Marvin Jackson 

Robert Jarman James Rogers 

Cleveland Bradner Daisy Lockliear 

Hugh Kelly Ivan Willis 

Professor Jarman Professor Waters 

(Not in Picture) 
Brantly Dewar Kermit Wheeler 

Eugene Ogrodowski Edith Farmer 



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• 

(Executive Officers of the Cooperative Association) 

Milton Adams President 

Richard Barnhill Vice-President 

Dare Barnhill Secretary 

Marsh Knott Treasurer 

Woodrow Taylor President Men's Government 

Mae Mercer Harrf.li President Women's Government 

Prof. F. F. Grim Faculty Representative. 

Miss Eleanor Snyder Faculty Representative 

Mrs. Ethel Lehman Faculty Representative 

Prof. Cecil Jarman Faculty Representative 

Madeline Brooks Representative-at-Large 



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Woodrow Taylor President 

Millard Burt Vice-President 

Leon Roebuck Secretary and Treasurer 

Russell Roebuck Senior Representative 

Henry Davis Senior Representative 

Randolph Chandler Junior Representative 

A. J. Moye Junior Representative 

Woodrow Suggs Sophomore Representative 

Robert Carr Sophomore Representative 

Elmer Mottern Freshman Representative 

Cecil Jarman Dean of Men 

Billie Pearce (not in picture) 
Junior Representative for Second Semester 



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Women's Dormitory Council 

• 
Mae Mercer Harrell President 

Margaret Outlaw Vice-President 

Marietta Whitley Secretary 

Lydia Kilpatrick Treasurer 

Marjorie Dew House President of Main Dormitory 

Elaine Ballard House President of Junior Hall 

Edith Hart Senior Representative 

Edna Barnhill Junior Representative 

Martha Nelson Sophomore Representative 

Mary Matthews Freshman Representative 

Sarah Bain Ward Y. W. C. A. President 



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The Commercial Club 

• 

Christie Adams President 

Champ Lucas Vice-President 

Rosa Gray Hamilton Secretary and Treasurer 

At embers 

Christie Adams, R. L. Spencer Jessie W. Daniel 

Milford Sasser Marvin Edmf.ndson, J r. Gretchen Davis 

Rebecca Whitley Robbie Weeks J. C. Lamm, Jr. 

Mattie Batten Frances Harris Grant Lee, Jr. 

Mary G. Blanchard Champ Lucas C. F. Eagles, Jr. 

Rosa Grey Hamilton Myrtle Lee Lucas Ollie Mae Wester 

Drue Willie Martin Mabel Barbee Virginia Turner 

Robert Windham Edith Barnes Hester McDaniel 

Wendell Hardison Ray Piland Joe Britt Warren 

Mary Frances Cockrell 



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Sigma Tau Chi Sorority 

• 

Motto: Sumus Unium 
Colors: Yellow and White Flower: Crysanthemum 

Officers First Semester 

Th ursa Coyle Preside n t 

Mary Mayo Vice-President 

Martha Brinson Secretary 

Irma Belle Dudley Treasurer 

Officers Second Semester 

Elaine Strickland President 

Marjorie Freeman rice-President 

Elizabeth Fulghum Secretary 

Delsie Turner Treasurer 

Chapter Roll 
Thursa Coyle, '37 Marjorie Freeman, '37 

Mary Mayo, '37 Elizabeth Fulghum, '39 

Martha Brinson, '38 Martha Nelson. '39 

Irma Belle Dudley, '38 »»• -^ ~ ,,„ 

^ t, , ' Mary Frances Cockrell, 39 

Delsie I urner, 38 ' 

Elise Haddock, '38 Frances Gurganus, 39 

Lula Hardy, '39 Effie Walston, '37 

Tillie Bowden, '38 Eleanor Snyder 
Elaine Strickland, '37 (Faculty Adviser) 

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Phi Kappa Alpha Fraternity 

Alpha Chapter Pounded 1925 



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Colors: Gold and White 

Founders 

John Barclay and Dr. E. L. Fox 

Fraters in Faculate 

F. A. Hodges Coach "Bud" Rose Cecil A. Jarman 

Officers 

First Semester Second Semester 

Richard Barnhili President Russeli Roebuck 

Russell Roebuck Vice-President Irving Lynch 

Bill Tyson Secretary Ray Whitley 

Randolph Chandler Treasurer Basil Bowden 

Hugh Cherry Chaplain Robert Johnston 

Hassell Gurganus Sergeant-at-Arms Richard Barnhill 

Members 
Richard Barnhill, '37 Basil Bowden, '39 

Hassell Gurganus, '37 Bill Tyson, '38 

Ray Whitley, '39 Randolph Chandler, '37 

Russell Roebuck, '37 Bruce Conyers, '38 

Robert Johnston, '39 Hugh Cherry, '38 

Irving Lynch, '39 Prof. F. A. Hodges 

Sam Bass, '39 Prof. C. A. Jarman 

Norwood Scott, '39 Coach A. D. Rose 

(Not in picture) Pridgen Barnes, '38 



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Sigma Alpha Fraternity 

• 
Founded 1925 

Motto: Semper Est Amicitia 
Colors: Silver and Lavender Flower: Sweet Pea 

Frater in Facitlate 
J. M. Waters 

Officers 

Randolph Allen President 

A. C. Dawson Vice-President 

Marsh Knott Secretary-Treasurer 

Leon Roebuck Chaplain 

Woodrow Taylor Serjeant-at-Arms 

Fraters in Collegio 
Randolph Allen, '37 Howard Roberson, '39 

Millard Burt, '38 Nelson Stephenson, '37 

Onnie Cockrell, '38 Woodrow Taylor, '38 

A. C. Dawson, '37 William Winstead, '39 

Norman Etheridge, 37 Ralph Whitfield, '37 

Marsh Knott, '38 Ivan Willis, '39 

Leon Roebuck, '39 Prof. J. M. Waters 

(Not in Picture) 
Carl Jones, '39 Robert Denny, '38 



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Phi Sigma Tau Sorority 

• 

Founded 1912 

Motto: Non Nobis Sed Omnibus 

Colors: Black and Gold FLOWER: Black-Eyed Susan 

Officers Firs/ Semester 

Marietta Whitley President 

Lou Ellen Perry Vice-President 

Rebecca Carter Secretary 

Mae Mercer Harrell Treasurer 

Officers Second Semester 

Mae Mercer Harreli President 

Rebecca Carter Vice-President 

Lou Ellen Perry Secretary 

Dare Barnhill Treasurer 

Sponsor 
Mrs. J. M. Waters 

Chapter Roll 

Mae Mercer Harrell, '37 Lula Hackney Ruffin, '39 

Lou Ellen Perry, '37 Virginia Rose, '39 

Marietta Whitley, '37 Virginia Barclay, '39 

Rosamond Conley, '38 Olivia Fulghum, '39 

Rebecca Carter, '38 Agnes Futrell, '39 

. Annie Morris Parker, '37 Mary Cox, '38 

Lorraine McDaniels, '39 Madeline Brooks, '39 
Dare Barnhill, '38 

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Delta Sigma Sorority 

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Founded 1935 
Colors: Green and Gold FLOWER: Jonquil 

Officers First Semester 

Nina Mallison President 

Helen Williams Vice-President 

Mary Ethel Outlaw Secretary 

Edith Hart Treasurer 

Miss Martha Edmonston Sponsor 

Officers Second Semester 

Helen Williams President 

Hazel Riley Vice-President 

Helen Godwin Secretary 

Edna Barnhill Treasurer 

Miss Martha Edmonston Sponsor 

Members 
Elaine Ballard, '37 Edith Hart, '37 

Helen Williams, "38 Cleo James, '39 

Hazel Riley, '37 Hazel Gunter, '37 

Mary E. Outlaw, '37 Helen Godwin, '39 

May Maine, '38 Dorothy Creech, '38 

Nina Mallison, '37 Edna Barnhill, '39 

Jean Riser, '39 Miss Martha Edmonston 

(Not in Picture) 
Lois Baggette, '39 Ruby Barnes, '39 



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I Smoka Pipe Club 



Founded 1934 

Colors: Blue and Orange 

Officers 
First Semester Second Semester 

Marvin Jackson President C. B. Edwards 

Woodrow Taylor Vice-President Raymond Wells 

Onnie Cockrell Secretary-Treasurer A. J. Moye 

Ralph Whitfield Chaplain Marvin Jackson 

Kenneth Tingle Sergeant-at-Arms Kenneth Tingle 



Onnie Cockrell 
Marvin Jackson 
Woodrow Taylor 
C. B. Edwards 

Leland Farnell 



Woodrow Suggs 
Robert Carr 
Gus Lancaster 



Members 

Raymond Wells 
Ralph Whitfield 
James Rogers 
Billy Thigpen 
A. J. Moye 

(Not in Picture) 

Louis Everette 
Kenneth Tingle 
Robert Dixon 



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Men's Chorus 



Ray Whitley 
Student Director 



Russell Owings 
Honorary Director 

Mrs. Yavorski 

Faculty Director 



Members 



Elmer Mottern 
Treasurer 



Ray Whitley, '39 
Griffith Hamlin, '39 
Eugene Ogrodowski, '39 
Marvin Jackson, '37 
Shelton Ange, '40 
John Yavorski, '40 
Elbf.rt Moye, '40 
J. B. Warren, '40 
Robert Windham, '40 



Thomas Yelverton, '40 
James Windley, '40 
Robert Carr, '39 
Woodrow Suggs, '39 
Chester Johnson, '40 
Dalton Kennedy, '39 
Elmer Mottern, '40 
Robert Langley, '40 
George Bryan, '40 



Robert Dixon, '40 



(Not in Picture) 

Sam Bass, '39 



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The Band 



Millard Bl t rt, Directot 



Trumpets 

Griffith Hamlin 
J. E. Vause 
Drue Willie Martin 
Mary Ella Clark 
Robert Eangley 
Sue Stallings 
John Batchelor 

Ban tones 

A. J. Move 
Bill Winstead 



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Holland Manning 
Hassell Gurganus 



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John Yavorski 



Clarinets 

Pridgen Barnes 
Beulah Pearl Aycock 
Melvin Whitford 
Bessif, Hlarne 

Saxaphones 

Effie Walston 
Ray Whitley 
Onnie Cockrell 

Trombones 

Marsh Knott 
Gus Lancaster 
Carl Jones 

French Horns 

Lorraine McDaniel 
ewart langston 



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The Staff 
of 

The Collegiate and The Pine Knot 

• 

Editorial Staff 

Randolph Ai.len Editor-in-Chief 

Randolph Chandler Managing Editor 

Leon Roebuck Associate Editor 

Ivan Willis Associate Editor 

Business Staff 

Nelson Stephenson Business Manager 

William Winstead Assistant Business Manager 

Mary E. Outlaw Assistant Business Manager 

Ralph Whitfield Circulation Manager 

Robert Windham Advertising Manager 

Staff Editors 

Onnie Cockrell Sports 

James Rogers Assistant Sports 

Martha Brinson Humor 

Thursa Coyle Society 

Mary Cox Features 



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Basketball Team 

• 

A. D. "Bud" Rose Ccw/z 

Randolph Allen Manager 

Louis Everette Assistant Manager 

Players 

Front Rozv (Left to Right) : Basil Bowden, Onnie Cockrell, "Red" 

Rogers, Amos Dawson, Captain, Cv Scott, Robert Johnston, 

and Warren Broughton. 

Second Rozv: D. D. McCall, C. C. Walters, Eugene Ange, 
Nelson Stephenson, A. C. Holloman, and Bill Move. 

Third Ron-: John Yavorski, Freshman Assistant Manager, 

Coach Rose, Louis Everette, Assistant Manager, 

and Randolph Allen, Manager. 



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Baseball Team 

• 

A. D. "Bud" Rose Coach 

Marsh Knott Manager 

Louis Everette Assistant Manager 

Players 

Front Roiv (Left to Right) : "Red" Rogers, D. D. McCall, "Peanut" 

Edwards, Robert Johnston, Basil Bowden, 

and Warren Broughton. 

Second Row: Onnie Cockrell, Captain, Bill Winstead, Amos 
Dawson, Eugene Ange, Irving Lynch, and Bill Move. 

Third Row: Coach Rose, Grant Lee, John Yavorski, Freshman 

Assistant Manager, Cv Scott, C. C. Walters, AND 

Louis Everette, Assistant Manager. 



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Boxing Team 



W. P. "Bill" Wright, Coach 

Ray Whitley, Captain Gus Lancaster 

Bruce Conyers Grant Lee 

Robert Carr Elmer Mottern 

Cleveland Bradner Carl Jones 

Walter Bradner Ivan Willis 

Billy Pearce, Manager 

Marvin Jackson, Assistant Manager 



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1937 Tennis Team 



A. D. "Bud" Rose 
A. C. Dawson 



Players 



Frank Shearin 
Bill Winstead 
J. E. Vause 
James Rogers 



Coacli 

Playing Manager and Captain 

B. B. Plyler 

A. C. Dawson 
Bill Hudson 
Harry Abbit 



(Not in Picture) 
Fred Kirby 



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Girls Athletic Club 

• 

Officers 

Margaret Outlaw President 

Nina Mallison Vice-President 

Elaine Ballard Secretary-Treasurer 

Sports Leaders 

Elsie Haddock Basketball 

Madeline Brooks Baseball 

Clyde Deans Soccer 

Lou Ellen Perry Volley Ball 

Hazel Gunter Tumbling 

Marjorie Dew Tennis 

Mildred Powell Archery 

Sponsor 

Miss Charlotte Hill 



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Pertinent Points For Serious 

Seniors ! 

©^© 

Consider Atlantic Christian College 

1 — A co-educational church-related college with enrollment limited 
to 350. 

2 — Four years of liberal arts work for students who expect to enter 
professional careers. 

3 — Moderate expenses and opportunities for self-help and loans to 
worthy students. 

4 — A varied program of extra-curricular activities — religious, ath- 
letic, musical, dramatic, and literary. 

5 — Recent additions to the buildings enable the college to offer 
greater comfort and convenience. 

6 — A fine spirit of personal interest in students is shown by our 
Faculty. 

Catalogue and other information will be gladly furnished. JVrite to 

THE PRESIDENT 

ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN COLLEGE 

WILSON, N. C. 



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THE 

NEW HACKNEY CUSHIONED-STEEL 

SCHOOL BUS BODY 



Designed and Constructed to Provide the 

STRONGEST, SAFEST AND MOST ECONOMICAL 
TRANSPORTATION 



IDEAL FOR ATHLETIC TEAMS AND GENERAL 
CAMPUS ACTIVITIES 

— Special Seating Provided for Adults — 



For additional information write to 

Hackney Bros. Body Co., Wilson, N. C. 

Manufacturers of Vehicles 

SINCE 4W& 1854 



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FERTILIZER 

For LAll Qrops 

Farmers Fertilizers represent the best 

that science can offer in making 

Quality Fertilizers 

Farmers Cotton Oil Company 



Norfolk, Va. 



Wilson, N. C. 



Lillington, N. C. 



C. L. EDWARDS 

Tlnmbing and Heating 

We Do All Plumbing and Heating For A. C. C. 



Ill W. Barnes Street 



Phone 3300 



Wilson, North Carolina 



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Compliments of 

DILLON SUPPLY CO. 

<JMachinery of \All Kinds 

Raleigh, North Carolina 



CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF 

Branch Banking & Trust Company 

WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 

AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS DECEMBER 31, 1936 

RESOURCES 

Cash and Due From Banks $ 3,953,951.54 

Obligations of the United States $8,117,371.54 

Federal Land Bank Bonds 2,286,366.50 

North Carolina Bonds 40 1,922.30 

Municipal and Other Marketable Bonds 2,850,947.71 

Other Stocks an'd Bonds 14,106.01 ) 13,670,714.05 

Loans and Discounts 2,030,978.77 

Banking Houses, Furniture and Fixtures and Real Estate 250,000.00 

$19,905,644.36 



LIABILITIES 

Capital Stock — Common $ 400,000.00 

Capital Stock — Preferred 400,000.00 

Surplus 400,000.00 

Undivided Profits 396,215.00 

Reserves 258,699.67 

Dividend Payable January 1. 1937 8,000.00 

Deposits 18,042,729.69 

(Trust Department Assets Not Included) $19,905,644.36 

Upon the strength of the above statement and the backing of our Directors, 
we solicit your business, promising every accommodation consistent with 

sound banking. 
No account too small to receive our most careful attention. 



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"Best of Everything" 

COLLEGE 
GROCERY 



Dial 3138 



Dial 3139 



Fancy Groceries, Candies, 

Cakes and School 

Supplies 



609 W. Lee Street 
Wilson, N. C. 



Visit Our "Harmony Home' 

R. E. Quinn & Co. 

for 

FURNITURE, STOVES, 

PHILCO RADIOS 

Kelvinator and Universal 
Ranges 



It Is Easy to Pay the Quinn Way 



201 S. Goldsboro St. Wilson, N. C. 
Dial 2585 



ALL BRICK USED IN 

GYMNASIUM and DINING HALL 

at 

ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN COLLEGE 

Furnished by 

Cherokee Brick Company 

Raleigh, North Carolina 
Telephone 2137 Rail or Truck Delivery 



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Compliments of 

Kinston Daily 
Free Press 

"America's Premier Small 
City Daily" 

* 

A True and Tried Friend 
of Education 



Peden Steel Co. 

J. M. PEDEN, President 

Structural Steel 
Ornamental Iron 
Reinforcing Bars 
Electric and 
Acetylene Welding 
Blacksmithing 
Building Specialties 
Steel Sash and Doors 

512 West Hargett Street 
Telephone 99 Raleigh, N. C. 



Siddell Studio 

Irishes to Express 

Appreciation at the 

Opportunity to Serve 

as 

OFFICIAL 

PHOTOGRAPHER 

for the 
1937 PINE KNOT 



Siddell Studio 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Moss & Company 

"Treat People Right" 

on 

DRY GOODS, 

CLOTHING, 

SHOES 

132-134-136 Tarboro Street 
Wilson, N. C. 



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"ChurchwelFs" 

Quality Jewelers 

Hamilton, Gruen, 

Bulova, Longines 

WATCHES 

Watches Repaired in 
The Best Manner 



Theatre Soda Shop 

Schraffts Candies 

Complete Line of 

Magazines, Drinks, Candies 

and Tobaccos 

Next to Wilson Theatre 



There's a Gulf Station 
Convenient to Your Needs 




Drive in for Complete 
Service 

A. A. Ruffin 
Local Distributor 



Briggs Hotel 

and 

Cafeteria 

Wilson, N. C. 



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Compliments of 

National 
Bank 

of 
Wilson 



Thomas-Yelverton 
Company 

BETTER FURNITURE 
w 

Funeral Directors 
Ambulance Service 

Call 3121 
"We Are Never Late" 



Wilson Market Co. 

Native and Western Meats, 
Poultry, Etc. 



Fish and Oysters in Season 



Dial 2117 Wilson, N. C. 



Wilson Hardware Co. 


"Coitrthoiis 


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Hardware 


KlTCHENWARE, 


Sporting 


Goods, Paints, 


Roofing, 


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Wilson, N. 


C. Dial 3174 



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